LSE Law public debate: a question of law and wealth
On Wednesday 2 March 2016, LSE Law's public debate focused on the issues of wealth creation and distribution and how the law plays a crucial part in the creation, proliferation and distribution of wealth.
Are corporations and financial markets sufficiently regulated? Is it even possible to regulate them by law? What protection does the law offer to the worse-off and especially those who financially depend on creditors? What role can criminal law play in hindering aggressive corporate conduct especially in globalisation?
Visiting Professor in Practice, Jonathan Fisher QC joined fellow LSE Law academics that evening. They shared their answers to such questions and offer their insight as to how the law can be employed fairly and effectively to regulate wealth.
This evening seminar took place at LSE Campus - Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House.Back to Events
Areas of expertise
- Administrative and Public Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Clinical Negligence
- Commercial Disputes
- Health & Safety
- Human Rights
- Insurance & Reinsurance
- Personal Injury
- Professional Negligence
- Regulatory & Professional Discipline
- Sports Law
- Telecommunications & IT